As technology continues to advance, connected office equipment like multifunction printers (MFPs) and scanners have become much more innovative and efficient in their operation. However, with that added efficiency comes the increased potential of security vulnerabilities left by poorly secured, high-traffic network devices.
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Multi-function office printers are an essential piece of equipment for many businesses. Not only do they provide a much more efficient way of managing administrative tasks in the workplace, but they also help to improve productivity levels within various departments.
Every company that regularly uses business technology and office equipment eventually finds the need for maintenance and repairs. This is especially the case with office printers that operate in busy workplace settings.
In most businesses, printer operations are managed by internal IT staff who also manage office networks and user permissions. However, when significant printer issues arise, companies have the choice of using their in-house resources to manage the issues or outsourcing these services to a managed print firm.
Outsourcing office printer maintenance can be helpful for growing organizations looking to maximize their resource management. Here are three things to consider about outsourced printer maintenance that you need to know.